Mark Millar has revealed that we may see Colin Firth return for the Kingsman: The Secret Service sequel.
Kingsman: The Secret Service has been one of the surprise hits of the year - it comes as no surprise to see a second film given the green light after the first grossed over $412 million at the global box office.
However, it seems that we may see Firth reprise the role of Harry Hart in the movie and Millar, who created the original comic book, says discussions on how that would work are going on right now.
Speaking to IGN about the sequel, Millar said: "That's the conversation everyone's having right now, because part of what made that movie work is Colin. Colin's fantastic, it was a two-hander, that film. You also want to have the integrity of the story, so if you are bringing him back, it has to make sense.
"That's where it is at at the moment. Beats of the story have been done. [Screenplay co-writers] Matthew [Vaughn] and Jane [Goldman] are working on it at the moment. Some things have to be worked out, some decisions have still to be made and everything, so it's all fairly amorphous, but all going well."
Kingsman: The Secret Service saw Matthew Vaughn back in the director's chair and pen the screenplay with Jane Goldman and he is currently working on the new script.
Earlier this year, Vaughn also revealed that he would love to see Firth return to the franchise - we are going to see just how that is going to work.
The movie hit the big screen back in January and saw Firth joined on the cast list by Taron Edgerton, Samuel L Jackson, Mark Strong, and Michael Caine.
For me, Kingsman: The Secret Service is one of the best action movies of 2015 so far and one of my favourite films of the year.